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    Ukraine’s economy minister resigns saying he has ‘no desire to be a screen for brazen corruption’
    Feb03

    Ukraine’s economy minister resigns saying he has ‘no desire to be a screen for brazen corruption’

    Ukraine’s economy minister Aivaras Abromavicius has resigned claiming senior figures within the government of President Petro Poroshenko attempted to… …read more Source:...

    Russia could steamroll into the capitals of NATO’s most exposed members in 36 hours
    Feb03

    Russia could steamroll into the capitals of NATO’s most exposed members in 36 hours

    Eduard Korniyenko/ReutersWith current force deployments, Russia could steamroll NATO forces in the Baltic states. In the most optimistic scenario for NATO, Moscow would be able to conquer all the way to Estonia’s capital Tallinn in the course of 60 hours, according to a new report from the think tank RAND Corp. The report, which attempted...

    Ukraine: Life in the village of Zolotoe 3 in the Luhansk region
    Feb03

    Ukraine: Life in the village of Zolotoe 3 in the Luhansk region

    The scars of conflict run deep in eastern Ukraine and not just through the ruined homes. Zolotoe 3 is a village in the Luhansk region just two… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine minister quits over blocked reforms
    Feb03

    Ukraine minister quits over blocked reforms

    Abromavicius accuses president’s ally of thwarting reform efforts …read more Source: Financial...

    Bulgaria Reveals Names of Suspected Attackers of Alexei Petrov
    Feb03

    Bulgaria Reveals Names of Suspected Attackers of Alexei Petrov

    Four Ukrainian nationals have been charged with last year’s attempted murder of Alexei Petrov, a former employee of Bulgaria’s domestic security service DANS. The names of the suspected attackers were announced by the Prosecutor’s Office at a joint press briefing with the Ministry of the Interior in Sofia on Wednesday. The...

    New Belarusian military doctrine responds to Putin’s policies
    Feb03

    New Belarusian military doctrine responds to Putin’s policies

    Image: mil.by On 22 January, President Alexander Lukashenka approved changes to Belarus’ military doctrine. This document reveals fundamental changes in the mindset of the Belarusian establishment. Learning Ukrainian lessons, Minsk is putting issues of military security at the top of its priority list. Belarusian strategists have also...

    Ukraine economy minister must stay in his post: Ukraine pres.
    Feb03

    Ukraine economy minister must stay in his post: Ukraine pres.

    Ukraine’s President Poroshenko says the economy minister, who had resigned earlier, should stay in his post. …read more Source:...

    Hundreds of Soviet regime victims reburied in Ukraine
    Feb03

    Hundreds of Soviet regime victims reburied in Ukraine

    The remains of more than five hundred apparent victims of the Soviet regime were reburied Wednesday at a cemetery in Ukraine’s western city of Lviv, local authorities said …read more Source: The Daily...

    Central Europe guardedly welcomes US military spending boost
    Feb03

    Central Europe guardedly welcomes US military spending boost

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Countries in Central and Eastern Europe are welcoming a U.S. plan to quadruple military spending in Europe in reaction to Russia’s military resurgence, yet the tone from several governments appears guarded as it remains unclear how much of the spending will translate into a real and lasting presence of troops and...

    Central Europe guardedly welcomes US military spending boost
    Feb03

    Central Europe guardedly welcomes US military spending boost

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Countries in Central and Eastern Europe are welcoming a U.S. plan to quadruple military spending in Europe in reaction to Russia’s military resurgence, yet the tone from several governments appears guarded as it remains unclear how much of the spending will translate into a real and lasting presence of troops and...